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April 19th, 2012

Buffalo Councilman Arraigned On Possession Charges In Gillette

Buffalo City Councilman Justin Gerard was arraigned in Campbell County Circuit Court Thursday afternoon for possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute. Gerard has been held in the Campbell County Detention Center since his arrest on Tuesday.

EPA States New Fracking Pollution Standards

(WYOMING NEWS SERVICE) -- The Environmental Protection Agency has released regulations aimed at cutting down air pollution due to natural gas drilling, according to a press release from Wyoming News Service.

Author: Don't Remove N-Word From Huck Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, 1884 (PD-US)

While a push to remove the n-word from Mark Twain's classic American novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn obviously creates a heated debate, at least one African American author strongly disagrees with the idea.

District 2 Approves Meadowlark Furnishing Bids

The new Meadowlark Elementary School will be completed this summer in time for class next fall. (Stan Woinoski photo)

Board members for School District 2 met briefly Wednesday to award bids for fixtures, furniture and equipment for the new Meadowlark Elementary School.

April 18th

GENERALS PLAYER SIGNS

Wayne Bradford

Sheridan College freshman guard Wayne Bradford has signed a national letter of to play for Weber State University. Bradford averaged 11.2 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.4 assists for the Generals this past season, helping them to a record of 25-7.

Bradford led the nation in free throw percentage this past season, shooting an outstanding 90.7% from the charity stripe. A highly efficient shooter, Bradford also shot 48.8% from the field and 41% from beyond the arc.

Trip of a Lifetime

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Tongue River High School Senior Katie Reed recently achieved 2nd Degree Black Belt status in Taekwondo and will be taking a trip to South Korea.

A trip of a lifetime is what you could dub an upcoming experience for one Sheridan County high school senior. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

SAWS Board Receives Quarterly OM Report

City of Sheridan Utilities Maintenance Superintendent Ken Hirschman

City of Sheridan Utilities Maintenance Superintendent Ken Hirschman provided the third quarter operations and maintenance report for the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board Wednesday.

Johnson County, LDCC Discuss G&F Lease At Lake DeSmet

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commission hosted a discussion with Luke Todd and Dr. Tracy Rhoads, who sit on the Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition, on the proposed lease with Wyoming Game and Fish for water at Lake DeSmet.

Sheridan County to Hold Open House on Riparian Management

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Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid

Sheridan County will be hosting an open house early next week to identify the preferred method for riparian management in the county. This is the last of three public events regarding riparian management. Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid.

WTBC Hosts Speaker for Entrepreneurs

The Wyoming Technology Business Center is hosting a guest speaker at the Black Tooth Brewery today at 5:30 to 7 PM with aims of inspiring local entrepreneurs.